If you have minimum wage employees on your payroll, remember that their pay increases to $8.10 per hour effective January 1, 2015. Smaller employers with annual gross
Tax savings strategies began with timely and accurate financial information reflecting the current financial status of your business. I recommend maintaining and updating
A good domestic worker can help take care of your children, assist an elderly parent, or keep your household running smoothly. Unfortunately, domestic workers can also
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The IRS has announced the mileage rates that are to be used for business, medical, moving, and charitable driving in 2015. The rate for business driving increases from
Ever wonder who really pays the most in federal income tax? Here are the facts for tax year 2012, the most recent year studied by the IRS
In its final session of the year, Congress extended a long list of tax breaks that had expired, retroactive to the beginning of 2014. But the reprieve is only temporary.
Every trade or business must file information returns (Forms 1099) for each year that certain payments are made to non-corporate recipients. One of the most common
Before you get set to enjoy the holiday season, take a look at steps you can still squeeze into 2014 to minimize your taxes. Here are some possibilities.
Is your office overflowing with old tax and accounting records? Make 2015 the year to clean out the clutter! Here‚Äôs what to do with all the records you have